Ranunculus is one of nature most gorgeous flowers. There are over 400 species of Ranunculus . Their bright and vibrant petals come in different shapes and sizes. Ranunculus heads range from 3”-6” large. Their beautiful ruffle edged petals make this flower sought after by many brides to add Ranunculus to their bridal bouquet and centerpiece. The receiving of Ranunculus from your admirer means that you are young and radiant, attractive, and charming.
With Spring only 10 days away, we thought we would share some seasonal wedding inspirations!
White and lavender lilac, white roses, dusty lavender roses and eucalyptus, create a rustic garden style bouquet that smells fabulous!
A bold, bright combination of anenomes, ranunculus, dahlias and colorful seasonal accents, make the perfect bouquet to create a “pop” of color against the bride’s dress. Perfect for pictures!
This is a sweet garden bouquet featuring ranunculus, anenomes and fever few, in soft shades of peaches and white.
Succuluents add an interesting texture to any bouquet. These gray-green succulents create a subtle contrast against the yellow craspedia. The white ranunclus, fever few and ivory stock, soften the colors with accents of seeded eucalyptus.
What are some of your favorite spring flowers?
Spring Wedding Flowers
Spring wedding season will be here soon! Thinking of getting married then? You have a TON of options to choose from. March, April, and May is a wonderful time to have fresh garden flowers to make your wedding day extra special!
Firstly, there is the good old faithful tulip. They pair nicely with hyacinth, grape hyacinth, anenomes, and ranunculus. The tulips are pretty flexible (no pun intended), when it comes to arrangements. You can submerge them and illuminate with candles. Or you can place them into pretty much any other centerpiece of your choice.
Fun Fact: Tulips actually continue to grow while sitting in floral arrangements! You may receive a floral arrangement with tulips. When you wake up the next day, they may be turned in another direction and even a little bit taller. Weird, huh?
Unlike the tulip, which has no scent, the hyacinth has a beautiful, sweet smell to liven any bouquet or centerpiece (if you don’t have allergies!). They are such cute little bell shaped blooms, we can’t help but say “awww” whenever they enter the shop!
Oh! And who could forget the lovely peony! Such elegance and beauty!
You can always call us to see what beautiful blooms have entered our front door! We would love to hear from you!